, 1h30 OriginEspagne GenresThriller, Horror ActorsJunio Valverde, Blanca Suárez, Jimmy Barnatan, Mar Sodupe, Ariadna Cabrol Roles Santi Rating60% Aménagé depuis Barcelone, une mère et son fils atteint d'une maladie génétique rare appelé Xeroderma pigmentosum s'installent dans les montagnes des Asturies, au Nord de l'Espagne, à l'abri du soleil pour ce dernier. Contrairement à ce qu'ils croyaient, les forêts couvrent une créature mystérieuse tuant l'un après l'autre des villageois. Tous soupçonnent le jeune garçon…
, 1h51 GenresComedy ThemesFilms about sexuality, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related films, LGBT-related film ActorsJavier Cámara, Benjamín Vicuña, Lola Dueñas, Chus Lampreave, Fernando Tejero, Luis Varela Roles Edu Rating60% Maxi (Javier Cámara) is the chef and owner of a restaurant, Xantarella, who aspires to win a Michelin Star but is having financial difficulties. He helps Álex (Lola Dueñas), a maître d’ who is desperately looking for a boyfriend. It has been a while since Maxi has come out of the closet and declared his homosexuality. Since then, he left behind his wife and his two children whom he hasn’t seen in the last seven years. His wife’s death leads him to have to take care of his two estranged kids. Meanwhile, an Argentinian soccer player, Horacio (Benjamín Vicuña), comes into Maxi and Alex’s lives and passes himself off as heterosexual when in reality he’s homosexual. The film develops from the love triangle formed between Maxi, Álex, and Horacio, Maxi’s responsibility to his kids, and the future of the restaurant.
, 1h47 Directed byGuillermo del Toro OriginEspagne GenresDrama, Science fiction, Thriller, Fantasy, Horror ThemesGhost films, Political films ActorsEduardo Noriega, Marisa Paredes, Federico Luppi, Andreas Muñoz, Junio Valverde, Víctor Elías Roles Santi Rating73% Casares (Federico Luppi) and Carmen (Marisa Paredes) operate a small home for orphans in a remote part of Spain during the Spanish Civil War. Helping the couple mind the orphanage are Jacinto (Eduardo Noriega), the groundskeeper, and Conchita (Irene Visedo), a teacher who is also involved with Jacinto. Casares and Carmen are aligned with the Republican loyalists, and are hiding a large cache of gold that's used to back the Republican treasury; perhaps not coincidentally, the orphanage has also been subject to attacks from Franco's troops, and a defused bomb sits in the home's courtyard. One day, a boy named Carlos (Fernando Tielve) arrives at the home, looking for a place to stay after being left behind by his parents. Casares and Carmen take him in, and the boy soon strikes up an unlikely friendship with Jaime (Íñigo Garcés), a boy with a reputation for tormenting other kids. But Carlos soon begins having visions of a mysterious apparition he can't identify, and hears strange stories about a child named Santi who went missing the day the bomb appeared near the orphanage.
A man lures a group of high school kids to a party at his house where he films them with stashed cameras and broadcasts the videos on the Internet. He then leaves it up to the online viewers to decide who will die and who will survive the party.